Best Homemade Pasta Dough Recipe…Ever

I was going to post my Chicken Alfredo Lasagna recipe today and then I remembered that I wanted to post this homemade pasta dough recipe first so that you could really make a lasagna that would make your entire family (including random inlaws) drool. Don’t get me wrong – store bought pasta is fine. Better …

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Apple Fritter Bread

Apple Fritter Bread is a full of all of the apple and cinnamon goodness of apple fritters in the form of a quick bread. It’s a delicious addition to breakfast, brunch, or as an afternoon snack. Once cooled it is drizzled with a pecan whiskey glaze. When I was little we lived near Philadelphia for …

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IRA Whiskey Shot Recipe

This IRA whiskey shot recipe is a quick, sweet way to get the party started or help it wind down. Made with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Bailey’s, and Kahlua it is one of those drinks that’s hard to resist. I like quick and easy and there is nothing quicker or easier than this IRA whiskey shot. …

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10 Tips to Make Easter Dinner Easy

HoneyBaked Ham and Restless Chipotle are partnering up to help you create an Easter dinner that allows you to enjoy it too. Compensation was provided for this post but the opinions are, as always, my own. My son, Matt, is home on leave from Okinawa. He literally walked into my bedroom one evening and said, …

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Perverted Irishman Whiskey Shot Recipe

What better way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day than with a Perverted Irishman? Whiskey Shot recipe, that is. Irish Cream and Jameson Irish whiskey blend to a smooth, sweet blast of goodness in your mouth. I have a ton of shot glasses but none of them are plain. I have them from Jamaica, Mexico, Cayman… …

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Texas Two Step Chicken Recipe

Texas Two Step Chicken is a quick, easy chicken recipe with lots of Southwestern flavor. It’s the perfect weeknight meal. Just add a salad, corn, and some warm flour tortillas for a family friendly dinner. When I inherited my mom’s 1939 edition of Better Homes and Gardens cookbook it was stuffed with recipes she had …

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